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Easy Tailoring

Chloe ruffled t-shirt from Harrods, Theory trousers from Harrods and Alexandre Birman heels. Stella McCartney blazer from Harrods, COS tee, 3.1 Phillip Lim tapered trousers from Harrods, Saint Laurent Monogrammed bag from Harrods and Celine loafers

For my second and final part breaking down some of my favourite new season trends with Harrods (see part one here) it’s all about fresh whites and masculine tailoring. I’m pretty predictable when it comes to selecting my colour palette each morning, so it’s fair to say fresh whites and slick suiting are exactly my jam.

Spring whites are a lot like winter whites – just a little better thanks to a slightly more golden complexion. And I’ve always got time for suiting; there’s nothing cooler than a girl embracing masculine vibes. The jacket and trousers are mismatched which I think is ideal for a more casual approach (not to mention the Phillip Lim pants have an escalated waistband). It’s tailored sure, but in the most relaxed way possible.

Thanks to Harrods for letting me share some of the slickest new pieces I’ll be wearing this season – you can check out the full feature right here.

Created in collaboration with Harrods

The New Season

Chloe leather biker jacket from Harrods, John Smedley cashmere jumper, 7 for All Mankind skinny jeans from Harrods and Jimmy Choo pumps. Saint Laurent distressed sweatshirt from Harrods, Saint Laurent fringed leather mini from Harrods and Senso boots.

Despite the frosty mornings outside, the new season is upon us. So in the name of new trends (and warmer weather) I’ve shared some of my Spring favourites with the ultimate icon of London luxury, Harrods.

First up is the old faithful; denim. Less of a trend and more like a reliable friend, denim is here to stay. I swing back and forth between super skinny and slouchy boyfriend jeans; although I have to say these pair by 7 for All Mankind are definitely flavour of the month. Fringing on the other hand ain’t quite so easy – that 70’s vibe isn’t for everyone. But if you embrace slick leather and a monotone colour palette it’s not quite as crazy as you may think.

Check out the full feature over at Harrods right here.

Created in collaboration with Harrods